Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Something Borrowed by Lena Hart

Something Borrowed (Brides of Cedar Bend Book 3) by [Hart, Lena]

Resident bad boy Jackson Matoa is not very good at expressing his feelings. Especially when those feelings include an inexplicable desire toward his brother’s widow. And if the blow from his young brother’s death wasn’t enough to break him, the guilt of his unwavering lust for his sister-in-law just might...

Despite her best efforts, Truth Richards can’t seem to make sense of her feelings for her insufferable brother-in-law. She’s certainly not willing to admit just how deep those feelings run. With one phone call, Truth finds herself returning to Cedar Bend and forcing her way back into Jackson’s life.

Yet with the pain of their loss still fresh, can these two broken hearts borrow each other’s strength to find happiness with each other? Or will their guilt and grief push them further apart?

***This review is from an ARC of the book but all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own honest ones.***

My Thoughts:

This is book 3 in the "Brides of Cedar Bend" series.  I have read all 3 books in the series and each was is better than the last.  Today is the release date of this newest addition and I just fell in love with these characters.  First of all I have a thing with the tall, handsome, broody type and Jackson is the perfect example of this type of guy.  He has a heart of gold and loves his brother Danny more than life itself. The meeting between Truth and Jackson is as unfortunate as it is steamy.  Danny may have neglected to mention he was married to Truth and Jackson thought she was just a groupie.  Flash forward to an awkward beginning of a good friendship and just as things are starting to get normal there's an accident and Jackson and Truth find themselves grieving.  Neither person knows quite how to deal with the death of Danny so they end letting a year go by with no contact. 1 drunken call later and we have a truly great love story.

Happy release day Ms. Lena!!!! 

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